TorahBank is a revolutionary web site to allow users to learn kiruv on a mass scale by the use of affiliate marketing. I am responsible for programming and development of the web site, based on the WordPress platform, to use various computer data structures to provide features for affiliate marketing in relation to learning management (such as video tracking) of Torah training materials.
TorahBank.com is a revolutionary website that allows anyone to do kiruv on a mass scale with the click of a button!
Led by leading kiruv rabbis, – Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi, Rabbi Yaron Reuven and Rabbi Alon Anava, torahbank.com is projected to make hundreds of thousands or even millions of baaley teshuvas (Jews returning to their religion).
By using affiliate marketing, people share their personal links with family and friends. The one who shares his link with others can sign into his account and see who signed up and see the accumulation of Torah being learned via the lectures.
This chain goes down to unlimited levles. Example, A shares with B, B shares with C, C shares with D. When A signs in he will see B, C and D in his dashboard and all of the time they learned.
Web Site: https://torahbank.com
In March 2015 Concordia Lodge was in need of a new and updated web site to inform members of several upcoming events. Within 3 days a new web site was implemented and placed online with GoDaddy, cPanel for Linux, and WordPress to update lodge members and visitors of several new communications and events.
For my continued service with freemasonry, the Shriners, and the community at large I was awarded Mason of the Year in November 2015 by Brother Louis Kahn, Past Master (Worshipful Master in 2015).
Web Site: https://concordia67.com
Helped with the setup and continued maintenance of the Temple’s computer systems, applications, graphics, and Audio-Video (A/V), and membership needs from Information related tasks. Lu Lu Shriners is an organization dedicated to helping children obtain medical treatment at various hospitals, at no cost to their families and regardless of payment, to help children with limb and burn problems. Lu Lu Shriners majorly supports the Shriners Hospital for Children out of Philadelphia, which focuses on limb and bone problems in children.
In 2015, I became the Chairman of the Information Technologies Committee, after years of proven demonstrated skills with the Lu Lu Shriners with my work on various Temple tasks related to their computer systems.
Web Site: http://lulushriners.org
At the RF Hill Amateur Radio Club – W3AI I served multiple roles over the past few years including becoming the club secretary in January 2012 for the maximum term of two years ending in February 2014. In addition to club secretary I rebuilt the radio club’s web site using WordPress, PHP, HTML 5, CSS, and Mobile Formats using GoDaddy and my own coding skills to improve performance and other aspects of the site. I currently am serving as the club’s web master since April 2013. In addition to the club’s web site the board formed a social media committee, starting in January 2012, consisting of myself to promote the club on Facebook, Google, Bing, and Twitter with Search Engine Optimization and Viral Campaigns to bring visitors to the club. About 90% of today’s applications are from people who discover us through the Internet and either visits our meetings or file their applications through the postal mail bringing membership numbers up.
On January 26h, 2017 I was elected to serve as Vice President of the RF Hill Amateur Radio Club – W3AI in Perkasie, Pennsylvania. My responsibilities will include arrangement of meetings, programs, and other club activities in accordance with the bylaws while working with the General Membership.
I was awarded the President’s Award in 2013, by John Morrell, KB3EWV, for my continued service to the club including designing the club’s new logo, updating their web presence, and “stepping up” when they need help.
Web Site: https://rfhillarc.org